My NEW Broiled Chicken Breast Recipe…
… hot… Hot… HOT! From The Oven
Yesterday, my husband and I decided that we would create a new recipe. At first, we were thinking about doing something “beefy,” but we very quickly decided that a brand-new chicken recipe was more along the lines of what we were hungry for.
Personally, I was hungry for a broiled chicken breast “thing” that was unusual as well as tender and delicious!
What we came up with was so tender it could be cut with a fork and was so delicious with the contrasting textures and blended, mellow flavors that it would almost be sacrilegious to try to describe how marvelous it tasted.
Hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
Hi, it’s Pat!
Today, I’d like to share with you 12 things that you can do when you are eating out gluten free… It will help you avoid eating or drinking things that have gluten in them.
First, let’s talk about who this article is for.
Who this Article Should Help
There are two groups of people that eat gluten-free. Those who do so by choice because they believe they obtain a benefit such as feeling better, improved athletic performance or perhaps overall better health.
And, those who must avoid gluten due to a medical condition such as celiac disease, a gluten allergy or what is called gluten sensitivity.
What Do I Know About It?
Just so you’ll know, I’ve been …
This article deals with supplements and will help to answer the question about whether you should include nutritional supplements in your Gluten Free Diet Plan.
Just so you will know, most people that are gluten intolerant have celiac disease. I write from that perspective because that’s what I have learned to live with successfully.
If you are gluten sensitive or have a gluten allergy, you may find some useful information here but this article is written for those who are actually gluten intolerant.
Most people who just found out that they MUST eat gluten free are frequently “under nourished” and they may have been for years. Proper nutrition is extremely important when you begin eating gluten-free.
How ever, there are 2 conditions that you need to see a physician about.
You need to honestly answer the following question…